While hopes of staying in the Premier Division are now hanging by a thread Paddy McCourt’s focus is firmly on Finn Harps putting everything into trying to win their final two games of the season starting with the game against Drogheda Utd on this Friday night in Ballybofey. The former
Dundalk's trip to Finn Park to face Finn Harps in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division will be broadcast live on RTE2.
In order to facilitate the live transmission of the fixture, the kick-off time has now been changed to 5pm from the original time of 7.45pm, on Saturday, October 7th.
On the 29th of July in an aim to keep Finn Harps in the premier division a fundraising ‘grudge match’ will be held in Finn Park at 6pm between the two sets of supporters.
The 54 Crew united with “the fans on the terrace” despite going to war on the pitch
Growing up in Ireland, A country so proud of our history has always had competition to contend with the sport we today call football.
GAA being our national sport, one that so many play and love provides a stern matchup to soccer. England for example who many will agree consider ‘football’
Tonight's Premier Division fixture between Finn Harps and St Patrick's Athletic has been postponed tonight.
The postponement is due to a waterlogged pitch in Ballybofey.
Tickets already purchased for the fixture will be valid for the rescheduled date.
More info to follow
Finn Harps boss Ollie Horgan has not traditionally been one to preach his plans for matches, injuries or signings to the media, or any sort of watchful eyes, and this off-season has proven no different. An off-season that started with a bang saw Harps capture the imagination with the signing
With the comings and goings all finalised and the pre-season work all complete, Ollie Horgan and his Finn Harps side will be looking forward to the serious stuff getting underway this weekend as they open the season with a trip to Tolka Park on Friday night to face First Division